Overall a good experience
Mortgage Processor (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – May 1, 2017
I was hired on in August of 2016 and laid off with hundreds of other workers in January. It was a very caring culture, but we also were pushed to work as hard as we could. Management didn't know what they were doing, and were often too stressed and had a pipeline of there own- so they could not give you the attention that was needed. I say this because a significant number of people were hired without experience, and our training sucked. Initially, we were told that it was okay to make mistakes, because thats how you learn. Then, once mistakes were made, they started to change policy and crack down lol. The vacation time was amazing! The pay was okay. I liked how i wasn't micromanaged. However, this job definitely helped pave the way into my new position as an assistant property manager, so I am thankful for that. However, unless you want to be laid off in the near future, find a company that is more stable. Being laid off sucks! I would never work for this company again or suggest it.
Family environment, can work from home if overtime is offered, vacation time was great, wasn't micromanaged, 1 hour lunches, parking pass discount.
Management didn't really know what they were doing, health insurance sucked, no real company culture, secretive about the layoff